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The Daily WTF: Live: The Life and Death of Steel City Ruby Con

On April 10th, I hosted The Daily WTF: Live! in Pittsburgh. It was a blast. We had a great crowd, and some great performances. Today's installment investigates exactly how a conference comes into being, told from the inside of Steel City Ruby Con. Direct Link (mp3). This episode is brought to you by our sponsor, Puppet Labs. Show More Summary

Paper: DNACloud: A Tool for Storing Big Data on DNA

"From the dawn of civilization until 2003, humankind generated five exabytes (1 exabytes = 1 billion gigabytes) of data. Now we produce five exabytes every two days and the pace is accelerating." -- Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman,Show More Summary

The Daily WTF: Live: Killing the Virus

On April 10th, I hosted The Daily WTF: Live! in Pittsburgh. It was a blast. We had a great crowd, and some great performances. Our first story is one of my own- a tale about how one computer virus finds its violent end. Direct Link (mp3). This episode is brought to you by our sponsor, Puppet Labs. Show More Summary

Announcing Browserling's Live API

Exciting news everyone! I've launched Browserling's Live API. Browserling's Live API live lets you embed live interactive browsers in your own applications on demand. It also lets you automate and control browsers through a very neat...Show More Summary

Conference Season Spring 2015 - DotNetFringe, AngleBrackets, BUILD and more!

What a lovely time we had at DotNetFringe last week here in my hometown of Portland. Wonderful speakers, great topics, good friends, and an energized open source community. Videos will be coming soon, I'm told, for you to enjoy! What...Show More Summary

Paper: Large-scale cluster management at Google with Borg

Joe Beda (@jbeda): Borg paper is finally out. Lots of reasoning for why we made various decisions in #kubernetes. Very exciting. The hints and allusions are over. We now have everything about Google's long rumored Borg project in one...Show More Summary

Monads Are Not Metaphors

This article is also available in Japanese. I am about to break a promise. Almost three years ago, I promised myself that I would never write an article about monads. There are too many such articles already; so many, in fact, that people are often confused by the sheer proliferation. Everyone seems to [...]

Announcements: The Daily WTF: LIVE! - This Friday

This is your reminder: TDWTF's live show is happening this Friday, from 8–10PM at the Maker Theater in Pittsburgh. Tickets are available now. We still have room for a few more storytellers, so if you're in the Pittsburgh area, pitch us your "real life" IT story. Show More Summary

Configure Many-To-Many Relationship and ListBox control in MVC and Entty Frame Work

Relationship scenario (Many to Many Relationship) can train on multiple Courses Eg- T1 Trainer trains on C1 and C2 CoursesCourse can be handled by multiple TrainersEg- C3 Course is handled by T3, T4 and T5trainersMany to Many Relationship requires a

Being good at programming competitions correlates negatively with being good on the job

A few days ago I watched How Computers Learn talk by Peter Norvig. In this talk, Peter talked about how Google did machine learning and at one point he mentioned that at Google they also applied machine learning to hiring. He said that...Show More Summary

Do You Have Questions About Estimation?

I am doing a google hangout with Marcus Blankenship on April 10. We’ll be talking about estimation and my new book, Predicting the Unpredictable: Pragmatic Approaches to Estimating Cost or Schedule. The book is about ways you can estimate and explain your estimates to the people who want to know. Show More Summary

Enable your messaging app for Android Auto

Posted by Joshua Gordon, Developer Advocate What if there was a way for drivers to stay connected using your messaging app, while keeping their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road? Android Auto helps drivers stay connected, but in a more convenient way that's integrated with the car. Show More Summary

March was for Makers - Fantastic Hardware Tutorials, Videos, Podcasts and more!

I'd like to take a moment and be proud of myself and my friend Saron. This last month, March of 2015, we teamed up at decided to come up with a scheme to get folks excited about Making. By making, I mean creating physical things with...Show More Summary

Game Performance: Layout Qualifiers

Today, we want to share some best practices on using the OpenGL Shading Language (GLSL) that can optimize the performance of your game and simplify your workflow. Specifically, Layout qualifiers make your code more deterministic andShow More Summary

Forge Powered Java EE Rapid Application Development Comes to NetBeans!

Forge has been a great tool for Rapid Application Development (RAD) with Java EE (for sake of nostalgia it is basically the descendant of the awesome seam-gen tool of the Java EE 5 era). As powerful as Forge is, one of it's drawbacks had been that it is very heavily command-line driven with many commands and sub-commands to learn. Show More Summary

Minecraft Modding Course at Elementary School – Teach Java to Kids

Cross posted from Exactly two years ago, I wrote a blog on Introducing Kids to Java Programming using Minecraft. Since then, Devoxx4Kids has delivered numerous Minecraft Modding workshops all around the world. Show More Summary

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For March 20th, 2015

Hey, it's HighScalability time: What a view! The solar eclipse at sunrise from the International Space Station. 60 billion : rows in DynamoDB; 18.5 billion: BuzzFeed impressions Quotable Quotes: @postwait: Hell is other people’s APIs. @josephruscio:.@Netflix is now 34% of US Internet traffic at night. Show More Summary

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